Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Local Colors

From Cornflower Blue, to Barn Red, to the velvety purple of local Irises, we experienced the most soothing feast of color in New England this weekend. Here's a taste of what we saw...

A conch colored colonial in Hampton, Connecticut

We love the Indian shutters and valance against the worn, fleshy exterior

The amazing Five Islands of Georgetown, Maine

Mustard colored spores on the granite of a 19th Century jail in Wiscasset, Maine

We haven't thrown in a buoy-covered shack's about time

A lovely still life at the Wiscasset Bay Gallery

The Irises were in full bloom

A blush of Dogwood

Gorgeous wool rug hangs behind a "sweethearts chair" at The Marston House

Original red paint on a 19th century exterior door

Barn Red through emerald shrubbery in Wiscasset

Front door of The Marston House

Outside York Antique Gallery in York, Maine

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